|Zink EP - Bård Farbu|
«The metallic name given to this EP does not misguide the listener: what this release from Norwegian sound designer Bård Farbu offers us, is about 17 minutes of cool and concrete ambiance. These tracks should be listened with high volume in order to be captured by the intense metallic sounds on it. Rather than new-age dumbness, “Zink EP” manages to unrest the listener with the sound bursts that reminds musique concrète works from earlier electronic recordings of the last century...
Keywords: Abstract; Minimal; Ambient
|Planicie Corrediza - Adrián Juárez|
«Adrián Juárez is a sound experimentalist from Buenos Aires, Argentina and he has been working with different sound languages since 2005. Not long but he has already spawned an impressive number of solo and collaborative works since then. Adrián works with various genres and sytles, ranging from IDM, vocal music, ambient, post rock and experimental to orchestral music, afro, percusion, latin american folk and others...
Keywords: Glitch; Experimental; Minimal
|Lonesome Abyss - 900piesek|
«Matúš Mikula is from Slovakia, one of the youngest members of the European Community, and as 900piesek he brings us a soothing sci-fi ambient release, packed with nostalgia and warmth. 'Lonesome Abyss' is Matús' third album already, and it can be somewhat defined as a dark ambient work, although it's a bit bright in the end. In Matús own words, this album is about the «death of the astro navigators», whatever that means.....
Keywords: Dark Ambient; Minimal
|Le Sac De Sonido - A Sankip Hummad|
«When the particles of dust along a curve start floating, they carry miniscule pieces of metal, plastic, and glass. As these particles float, they reflect natural light to become visible to the human eye. In a similar way, A Sankip Hummad lifts tiny glitches, clicks, and bleeps out of their technological environment to infuse them with a special type of light and compelling traces of human memory; memories of a utopia that never existed or perhaps nostalgia for something we do not know yet...
Keywords: Glitch; Downtempo; Minimal
|Two Trips down Market Street - Petr Drkula|
«Our Czech friend Petr Drkula is back with another healthy dose of minimalism for all you loop addicted fans out there. Inspired by the amazing photo taken two centuries ago by photographer Geo. R. Lawrence over San Francisco in ruins - after the earthquake, 'Two Trips down Market Street' illustrates what our imagination builds while listening to the frantic piano-keying and looping. Imagine a silent film of old San Francisco, where people run around working their way out of the disaster, rebui...
Keywords: Downtempo; Minimal; Experimental
|Shaman Tones - Artik|
«'Shaman Tones' starts with a Hedningarna cover, unsuspiciously titled, yeah, 'Hedningarna', and with it Polish artist Artur Antonian sets the tone for what will come ahead: Drones, repeated patterns, pagan rhythms and world grooves. This is a long album and Artur tries with some success to cover diferent styles and feelings. 'Flamenco' grabs a set of spanish guitar chords and deconstructs them throughout; 'Elves' goes cyber futuristic with it's blade runner-esque pads and beats; 'Polka' goes.....
Keywords: Abstract; IDM; Experimental; Minimal